Constant and excessive gas formation in the stomach is called as gastritis. Under this condition, the mucus lining of the stomach or the digestive system undergoes inflammation. This condition may be found occasionally in most people. But some people may suffer from chronic gastritis.
The condition of gastritis may be triggered due to intake of excessively hot, penetrating, pungent and sour foods. Those who are fond of spicy and fatty foods are more prone to suffer from this gastric issue.
This condition is mainly characterized by loss of appetite, feeling of nausea, vomiting, indigestion, and pain in the stomach, heart burn and dark stools.